Blogging is a great way to make money online. Blogs tend to perform well in the search engines and they are easy to promote. Writing new content and updating your blog on a regular basis is key. You provide new content for your readers and the search engines. If you have good quality information, then you can find yourself with a good following of loyal readers that will subscribe to your RSS feed and read your blog regularly.
Blogs are like journals. They are created and written for people to express their feelings just like what you do with your journal. They can write about everything and publish it online blogs.
You can literally blog about anything and everything you can imagine. Cooking, weight loss, being a stay at home mom, marketing, celebrity gossip, photography, and business are just a few examples but the possibilities are truly endless.
I’ve used Comment Kahuna and Market Samurai to find dofollow comment blogs. Comment Kahuna didn’t work at all (it’s free, so I have no beef with it). Market Samurai is an outstanding keyword and competition software application, but it’s not that great in providing dofollow blog commenting opportunities. I have Market Samurai and don’t bother using their dofollow blog search.
When you do this search you’ll discover blog posts that list blogs that enable dofollow comments. The problem with these blog lists is you’re not the only person commenting on these blogs. Worse yet, usually once the SEO community discovers a blog is dofollow, there’s an ambush of spam comments (called spamments). When this happens, many webmasters turn comments to nofollow. My point is many good content on these lists available to all are usually nofollow by the time you discover the blogs.
It is a fact that blogs are powerful tool to increase your list. Yet, even if we know how to do it we can never assume that it can attract the attention of many readers. Things will just be the same in this case. But the question is how?
Creative bloggers that know how to manage their time can successful manage multiple blogs and keep them all running successfully. If a blogger cannot keep up with all their blogs, they may have to make a decision to bring in help or get rid of one blog.